KS3A Timetable w/c 28th June
Every morning we will post the link to Newsround via the DoJo. You can earn your point for that lesson by answering the questions on the story/assignment tab of the DoJo. Make sure you are ready to go! There are 20 points up for grabs…
Other activities this week via email or DoJo will include:
- Suggested Art Project/ideas including mindfulness work.
- Reading challenges to support during directed reading lessons.
- Food Technology idea for home cooking to be emailed and posted on Class DoJo.
- Link to Joe Wickes Online Exercise.
- ICT work to be sent via email.
- In addition, students are being asked to keep a diary of their self-isolation home schooling. How much learning they have completed, successes and challenges.
- Students can access additional learning through BBC Bitesize and Oak National Academy.
KS3B Timetable w/c 28th June
*Art – draw or sketch a picture of something in your living room – make it as interesting as possible.
*PE lessons – try to spend some time in your garden (even if only for ten minutes a day to get some fresh air and vitamin D). There are lots of exercises you could do online – Joe Wicks for example, or dance around to some of your favourite songs!
*Gaming- if Nigel is unavailable online grab a family member who is home with you and play a board game or have a game of cards.
*Reading – read a chapter of Chinese Cinderella (from the point where we have got up to in the previous English lesson)
*ICT – log on to your Coding account and work through the next levels OR produce a suitable PowerPoint on a subject of your choice (China may be a suggestion as you will have a lot of information in your work packs)
*Food Technology – have a go at making the recipe which you have received by e -mail ( lemon cupcakes)
*Golden time – choose an activity at home that you enjoy doing (try to avoid x-boxes and play stations for 45mins)
KS3C Timetable w/c 28th June
PE is to exercise at home - Jess will be in touch shortly with some exercise tips!
ICT, Geography and History have all been sent home in work packs.
Reading - Quiet reading or read to a parent.
Food Tech - All pupils have been emailed a simple recipe that they can do at home.
Year 10 Remote Learning July 2021
Remote Learning Tuesday 2nd February 2021 - Please click to view
9:30 - 10:05 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Build a snowman; dance; run up and down the stairs; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
10:10- 10:55 - English
11:10 - 11:55 - Maths
12:40 - 13:20 - Science
14:05 - 14:45 - Humanities
9:30- 10:10 - Maths
10:15 - 11:00 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Build a snowman; dance; run up and down the stairs; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
11:15 - 11:55 - English
13:30 - 14:15 - PPF
Pupils can also log into Accelerated Reader and Hegarty Maths
9:30 - 10:10 - Phonics
10:15- 10:55 - Maths
11:10 - 11:55 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Build a snowman; dance; run up and down the stairs; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
Staff will contact individual pupils to discuss the afternoon.
9:45 - 10:30 - PPF
10.30- 11:00 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Walk the dog; go to the park; build a snowman; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
11:00 11:45 - English
12:00 - 12:45 - Maths group 1
13:00-13:45 - Maths group 2
14:05 - 14:45 - Science
9:30 -10:05 - Maths group 1
10:10- 10:55 - English
11:10- 11:55 - Maths group 2
12:05 - 12:50 - Mindfulness
13:20 - 14:05 - Science
2:10 - 2;45 - Silent Reading
9:30 - 10:10 - English
10:15 - 10:55 - Maths
11:15 - 12:00 Science
12:00 - 12:30 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Walk the dog; go to the park; build a snowman; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
13:20 - 13:55 - PPF
14:00 - 14:45 - ICT
9:30- 10:10 - Maths
10:10 - 10:55 - Science
11.10: - 11.55 - English
12:00 - 12:40 - Independent Living (see email)
13:20 - 13:55 - ICT (see email)
14:00 - 14:45 - PE - take some exercise if it is safe to do so. Walk the dog; go to the park; build a snowman; do an exercise video - the choice is yours!
High Well School are providing remote learning through the platform Microsoft Teams. We will also be setting learning on Hegary Maths, White Rose Maths, GCSE Pod, Espresso Phonics, and Oak Academy. Pupils who are accessing learning from home will be provided with live lessons which they can join as well as recorded lessons if they are not able to join a lesson at a specific time. Pupils can also have individual lessons if required to support their learning remotely.
All pupils at High Well have a school email address which provides them with access to Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Teams. Both Office 365 and Teams are web-based so can be accessed from any device which uses the internet including mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, XBox 360, XBox One, XBox Series X, PS4 and PS5. There is information below on how to access both email and Teams from a range of devices.
All pupils accessing remote learning have been provided with stationery packs and supplementary worksheets/lesson activities will be provided on a weekly basis where needed.
Some pupils have been provided with digital devices to use at home and/or internet access through a dongle. Any families who need support with devices or access to the internet should contact school directly on 01924 572100 or email@example.com.
Below is some information for supporting access to remote learning:
Click the link below for a video on how to access emails:
Click the link below for a video on how to access a Teams lesson:
Remote Learning Expectations
The same behaviour expectations apply for remote learning as in school, however the following is a reminder of expectations for remote learning:
- Arrive at lessons on time
- Follow instructions given by adults in the lesson
- Have equipment available (provided by school)
- Mute when in lessons unless asked to unmute
- Use the raise hand function to ask for help
- Use the chat function to answer or ask questions
- Return completed work to your class team so it can be marked and you receive feedback
- Keep language appropriate at all times and do not use inappropriate language when speaking or in the chat
- Do not use the chat function to talk to others about things not related to the lesson/learning
- Pupils should not be eating lunch etc. during lessons, there are planned breaks in the live lesson offer
If pupils do not adhere to the above expectations, then they may be removed from the remote lesson. If there are persistent breaches of the above expectations, pupils may be offered 1:1 remote teaching or be given access to recorded lessons instead.
Pupils and parents/carers should be aware that movement breaks are advised between lessons to prevent digital fatigue and pupils should have access to drinks and snack in between lessons. If pupils are engaging fully with their online timetable then consideration should be given to reducing screen time at other points in the day.